Consultant: Regulatory Economics
We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our London office as a Consultant, supporting our work across regulatory economics.
Location: London, UK
Position: Consultant – Regulatory Economics
The successful candidate will support our work across regulated sectors (energy, water, transport and telecoms) and will have the following responsibilities:
- Deliver and communicate more complex analysis for CEPA’s clients.
- Providing well-reasoned and informed consulting advice on regulatory economics issues.
- Produce sections of reports, proposals or models that are close to ‘client ready’.
- Play an active role in supporting the capability building of at least one practice or service line e.g. sharing knowledge of external developments or analytical techniques.
- Carrying out more complex regular business operation activities.
Experience – Preferably at least 3 years of professional experience in providing regulatory economics advisory services through economic and financial analysis. This may be in consultancy, for regulated companies, regulators or government departments.
Expertise – Demonstrated experience in regulatory economics, with emerging specialism of value to potential clients; this expertise can be in regulatory finance, regulatory framework design, incentives, evaluations and assessing efficient costs.
Technical skills – Proficiency working in Microsoft Teams. Additional software and programming skills may be an advantage.
Team working – Experience working in teams, meeting deadlines and working effectively in a team.
Communication skills – Excellent written and verbal communication skills to present complex ideas to different audiences.
Benefits & culture
CEPA offers a dynamic and supportive working environment that fosters professional growth and development. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with leading experts on influential projects. We provide a competitive salary, discretionary reward scheme, comprehensive benefits package with health and life insurance, and flexible working arrangements to ensure a healthy work-life balance.
Application process & deadline
We encourage you to apply by submitting your up-to-date CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and motivations for joining CEPA. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will assess applications on a rolling basis. Candidates will be assessed over two phases: an interview and a presentation.
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